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Bafo, Live at Untitled

Madala Kunene (Bafo), commonly referred to as the king of the Zulu guitar, lives in a house in the middle of a newly gentrified suburb just outside of Durban in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. He is often described as an Mbaqanga or Maskandi artist—something he personally hates.

Party Redesign & Land Reform Tops EFF Conference Priorities

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) 2nd National People’s Assembly (NPA) will happen between the 13th and 16th of December 2019 in Johannesburg, Nasrec, under the theme “Consolidating the Ground for Socialist Power!”. Yesterday, on the 14th of November 2019, the party launched the discussion documents for the 2nd NPA, which have been processed by the EFF Central Command Team (CCT).

Eight New Plays Echoing Our Turbulent Times

Through the reading festival; The Writers Lab in association with DiArtskonageng are offering South African writers an opportunity to be published. The Writers Lab was founded with a range of objectives, one of which is to (re)write our history by invoking the latent talents of young and old writers alike.

What Is Dead May Never Die: MAKHAFULA VILAKZI’S MANDELA IS DEAD

Again we might have to look at Maphanga’s artwork for one last time, bearing in mind that Mandela and South Africa are represented to mean the same thing. In the absence of a working title let’s call it Amandel’Afrika, referring to both the artwork and the synonymous relationship between Mandela and South Africa as depicted by Maphanga.

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